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REASON THIS OUT FOR YOURSELF Every day there are transient peo ple coming to this city who must have board and room. Some of these of •ourse put up at the hotels but many who are to stay for some time prefer private rooming and boarding houses. Now here’s the point. If you were in a strange city and wanted board and room which would you do —tramp the streets looking for signs in windows or, as is more than likely, scan the classified columns of the daily pa pers? The moral is easy to point out. The Daily Record classified columns prove a great business getter for any who have rooms to rent or will fur nish board. They cost only five cents the line, a very inconsiderate price where dollars are received in return. You had better get on the band wagon right now. RECCIVED PLEASANT SURPRISE FROM THE REBEKAHS ON FRIDAY Mrs. Cora Schultz was the recipient of a very pleasant and highly appre ciated surprise from the members of Harmony Rebekas lodge on Friday. Quite unexpectedly a large number of ladies' belonging to the organization alluded to called at her home early in the morning, bringing with them all of the essentials of a feast, as well as a sewing machine, and announced their intention of remaining there all day. and doing any sewing she might wish to have done. Every guest proved to be a worker, and, when dinner time earoe, they prepared a meal that in its plenteousness and quality might well have been called a banquet. As a re sult of the visit Mrs. Schultz enjoyed a day of exceptional social pleasure and was richer a dozen new garments In consequence of their industry and skill with the needle. CONVICT ESCAPED FROM THE PRISON FARM ON FOUR MILE THOURSDAY NIGHT Lewis Baggs. No- 7166 on the pris es register, escaped from the peniten tiary farm on Four Mile creek Thsm day night and is still at large, al though his apprehension is regarded ss only a matter of a comparatively short time. Baggs had been “a trusty" for eight or nine months and It was believed that under no circumstances would he make an effort to escape. He stole one of the hroses belonging on the prison farm and rode it away in the darkness. Before daylight the next ssorning he turned the animal loose asd K returned to the ranch yester day In good condition. Baggs had tak en the bridle off the horse's head and fastened It to the horn of thes addle in order that the animal might obtain something to eat after its liberation. Poggs was twenty-six years of age and was serving his second term In the Colorado stale penitentiary. His first sentence was for horse stealing and his second one for burglary. He is from Saguache county and would have bene discharged from prison by reason of the expiration of his sent ence in a very short time. LOCAL EXHIBITORS MADE EXCELLENT SHOWING AT PUEBLO STATE FAIR In the awarding of premiums at the State fair Canon exhibitors have again been very much to the fore and in some of the departments have come In for the lion’s share. Mr. H. S. Gar lingbouse has once more upheld his reputation as a poultrymen captur ing the sweepstakes in that depart ment, winning 19 firsts, 13 seconds and 4 thirds. Mr. J. T. Norton of this city also captured two third prizes In the poultry department. In the Art Needlework department Miss May F. Snow of this city won five firsts and two seconds. Mrs. M. E. Snow and Mrs. D. S. Moore divided honors about evenly in the pantry stores department, about all the premiums in this sectoin being awarded to them. Mrs. M. E. Snow had thirteen firsts, two seconds and one third to her credit. Mrs. Moore won nine firsts, fifteen seconds and one third. In this department the Misses May F. and Harriet Snow also won a large number of prizes, Miss May Snow having four firsts and nine •econds and Miss Marrlet Snow win ning two firsts and on© second. Mrs. A. S. Taylor won a first and second in this department Mr. Thurston White of this city won first prize for the best display of onions. This list is of necessity Incomplete but It proves nevertheless the enter prise of our people and our city, we having just reason to be proud of both. Hm Weekly Record le RJS a year. I want to teU yon. why the Maxwell WV offers the greatest value for $1,500. **. x The reasons belmv must he dear to y M ” A car even better for $l5OO than we could build last season for $1750. Longer wheel base, larger wheels, more powerful engine, a big, roomy, stylish body. We give you without extra charge a magneto, gas lamps and generator —over $l5O worth of extras that you pay for in other care. $l5OO and Even Better T|jj| A car even better than our four cylinder SO H. P. of last season at What Do The rrel test of an automobile la the verdict of the man wno ■ $1750. A car even better than the model which ran 10,000 milea __ owns one. MAXWELL ownera tell ea that no ear la ao econom fof $250 over country roads without stopping its engine. A car even better Owners Say? leal to keep. Bead what this one says —It la a sample of what than the MAXWELL that was driven by Mr*. John R. Ramsey and her ‘ over 18.H70 ownera say about the MAXWELL. 1 -Sts three women companions from New York to San Francisco. A car even . „ ~better than the MAXWELLS which won first and second places in Baltimore, JUa., MOV. 6. class Dof this year's Glidden Tour. In short, a car that combines MAXWELL MaxwtU. Briscoe ..totor Co.. reliability with style, comfort snd luxury. G enttemcn: You will be interested ft knot) I ill in I Maxwell hat , Where We We have increased the power of the engine 1 7%-.l though we rate hem driven at least 90,000 miles over all kinds qf lyads. and it TT ncrc ne jt SQ aj ]ut We fivc 34 „ 4 ln ch Urea—this mens « « kbsasurc f? V"* }t my enthusiastic approval. Have Added economy. We hsvc changed the rear spring suspension from semi- , This applies to its wearing qualities and general reliability elipt cto M scroll —this means more comfort. We hsvc length- no less than to its strength of construction anl simplicity of Value ened the wheel base 0 inches —the body is longer, the rear seat mechanism. lours truly, wider. These changes add to the easy riding qualities of the car. J . W. WIESENFELD. The magnificent new body gives it style —yet you save $250 on a better car. Don’t Be The demand for MAXWELLS has in the past exceeded the *up- ThJa £250 Our plants have been enlarged-that’s why. The number of pl>. Our dealers know that no o', her car offers as much for $l5OO. si—— LZH-I- carB that we build, doubled. We have added new automatic Disappointed Thai’s why e very dealer has asked us to increase his allotment. Savin? Is Cost machines, some costing as high as $20,000. This equipment ~“ May wc sen ! vim oif illustrated catalogue and name of the nearest and production has reduced manufacturing expenses to a mini- dealer who can fill your order jnvenptlj ? Reduction mum, while our wiling «nd overhead remain the same. Thi. W- Model * cylinder SS 11. P. rune bout, .tiding gear Iran,- has made a difference of s2jo that saving goes to you. mission, 3 speed* forward. Magneto equipped, price standard Also Mftkc runaiamt c’H5O. Three style* of body. Mechanically ° ur new 010(11,1 incorporates those mechanical features which - 1 Our model “A.A.,” 12 H. I*, runabout at $550 is the greatest * have made MAXWELL and Reliability synonymous. MAX- value ever produced. Cos's le-.s to own than .i horse and buggy -costs no more to buy. RicrVit WELL features are recognized by all automobile engineers .... ... . i j T . a • . ■ TKasa Do you want to learn all about automobiles—do you want to be better posted “ as standard. The S point suspens on—unit construction disc jjgggg on the subject, if so. Id u« send you these throe books Free. They e.plain in clutch —thermo-syprion cooling straight line shaft drive and metal iHKlies are a straight ahead way how to drive and care for a motor car. You can't buy principles that have been copied by makers of the highest-priced cars, yet no car I>OOiCB 1 I*CC these books but you can get one s**t free by writing us. A postal will d.». combines all except the MAXWELL. . —— Here are the l>ooks wc want to send you. “The Co-Operator” Full Value In contests where reliabilityhas been the factor the M AXWELL A bright, newsy, well written magazine published twice a month. It will bring to your table the has consistently made good. No other car offers so much in relia- latest and best information on automobiles, accessories and current automobile events. You can't bility, in low cost of up-keep and in generous equipment. No car is afford to be without it. so easy to drive and handle. You can pay more than MAXWELL “How to Judge an Automobile” prices but that will not buy you greater value. a practical treatise on automobiles written by Mr. Ernest Coler. an authority on the subject.. Every MAXWELL represents the genius and brains of Mr. J. D. Maxwell; It explains all about engines, transmissions, magneton, electrical iv,trnu. etc. Everything is made each new model is the result of his life’s work. With the MAXWELL you know clear and easy to understand. Nj matter what car you own you should have this booklet. —you know what the car has done —you know that owners say that no car is so “The Maxwell Catalogue” satisfactory to own. There is no stronger proof of success than this. Let us send you the names of MAXWELL owners right in your vicinity—ask A lllu.lr.lci cels Ugue. completely describing the M VXWRLL line of summobile.- . . 7 .. , r ...... ** the greatest value ever olfere I. the mo it for your money. Ilcindmlier Iheie arc free for the one and get his verdict. Ask for that list now. asking. Simply mail us a postal. Just say "Mail Books.” Won’t you send u.» that postal to-day? SALE OF MAXWELLS TO PATE 11 D * 11 . soMtojuGa, ™ . i 7,600 Maxwell-Bnscoe Motor Co. other m,xw.ll J ,cto,, l . Sold during August. ’O9 . Main Office and Factory New Castle, Ind. Providence, H. I. Maxwells in use today . 18,278 * WATCH THE F.CUREB CROW PINE STREET, TARRYTOWN. N. Y. Pawtucket, K. 1. KinnsUnd Point, N.Y. Canon City Automobile Company, F. E. THOMAS, Local Agent BATCHELOR SUES STATE AUDITOR Pueblo, Sept. 27.—Frank Batchelor agent for the Fremont county exhibit, Saturday obtained a writ of mandam ub directed against the State Auditor, Jthody Kenehan aad directing him to THE CANON CITY RECORD, THURSDAY, SEPT. 30. 1900 appear in the Pueblo county district court and show cause why he should not honor the State Fair vouchers is sued to exhloltors of horticultural and agricultural products. The demand for payment upon certificates issued by the fair association was made by Mr- Batchelor Saturday while Mr. Kene han was passing through the city. Promptly upon his refusal to author ize payment, the writ of mandamus was served upon the state official. Fremont oountj will make a test case and if the exhibitors from that county win in the courts there will ho no question os to the payment of others by the state. The state premiums are distin guished from the premiums offered by the fair association. The last legisla ture appropriated SIO,OOO to be used for agricultural and horticultural pre miums. The fair association pays the others, and as fast as the certificates can be Issued, the association is settl ing Us premium Indebtedness. The case le different with the state premiums. Although the appropria tion was made by the legislature, it was placed in a class which Gover nor Shafroth says cannot be used un til It Is seen whether other appropria tions will be exhausted. The attitude of Auditor Kenehan Is based on this decision of Governor Shafroth. It was known when the fair opened that the state auditor must be direct ed by the courts before he would au thorise payment The exhibitors un derstood this condition of affairs and began making preparations to compel payment Mr. Batchelor, aa agent for Fre mont county, was one of the heaviest winners of state awards. He would receive over $177 In state awards If they were paid at once. Behind him, it Is said, are many of the other win ning exhibtors, who will support him In ths fight to compel payment. Try a Jtsasrd Want Ad.